Powered by MOMENTUM MEDIA

Website Notifications

Get notifications in real-time for staying up to date with content that matters to you.

All Authors

Jotham Lian

AUTHOR|No. of Articles: 2266

Jotham Lian is the editor of Accountants Daily, the leading source of breaking news, analysis and insight for Australian accounting professionals.

Before joining the team in 2017, Jotham wrote for a range of national mastheads including the Sydney Morning Herald, and Channel NewsAsia.

You can email Jotham at: [email protected] 

Send me a message

new partnership

Aussie accounting software firm marks new partnership

One Australian accounting software provider has penned a new deal to boost services related to stock and inventory manag...READ MORE
ato flags big  lsquo nuclear proof rsquo  systems shift with tax  bas agents

ATO flags big ‘nuclear proof’ systems shift with tax, BAS agents

The tax office is shifting its approach to protecting and maintaining the digital systems used by accounting professiona...READ MORE
cash  money

300,000 SMEs utilising $20K write-off, says ATO

The average amount claimed through the instant asset write-off more than doubled in the 2015-16 financial year, accordin...READ MORE
burden  look through

Poll finds 90% of accountants’ clients not ready for STP

Less than one in 10 businesses are ready for the implications of Single Touch Payroll (STP), as one accounting body hits...READ MORE
human rights

Big 4 firm finds human rights gap in Aussie firms

Australia’s biggest companies are trailing behind the global best in corporate responsibility (CR) reporting by failin...READ MORE
cyber security attack

Accountants’ data ‘very attractive’ as cyber breaches spike

Accountants have been circled as an attractive "attack group" given the type and volume of data they retain for clients,...READ MORE
opportunity for bookkeepers

Mid-tier eyes regional bookkeeping opportunities

Bookkeepers have an opportunity and advantage in servicing rural and regional business clients who are facing infrastruc...READ MORE
taxi industry  ride hailing uber

'Break the perception' of the industry, bookkeepers told

Bookkeepers can learn from the taxi industry’s struggles with ride-hailing service Uber to future-proof their firms an...READ MORE
girl knocking

ASIC may ‘come knocking’ despite exemption, accountants told

Unlicensed accountants offering establishment-only advice with superannuation may run afoul of ASIC if they fail to make...READ MORE
draw a line in the sand

‘Draw a line in the sand’ with problem clients, bookkeepers told

Bookkeepers often have a “much higher expertise” than some of their client base is aware of, and are being encourage...READ MORE
discrepancy  tax advice exemption  afsl

New regulation creates discrimination for accountants, lawyer finds

A discrepancy in ASIC’s treatment of licensed and unlicensed accountants in relation to the tax advice exemption instr...READ MORE
magnifying glass  aussie account firm  double jeopardy

'Double jeopardy' facing Aussie accounting firms

Women in professional services with culturally diverse backgrounds are facing a double glass ceiling of gender and ethni...READ MORE
accounts

Simpler BAS blasted as 'not so simple'

A bookkeeping firm has taken aim at the new Simpler BAS provisions over a month following its introduction, stating that...READ MORE
money

Government pushed on major gateway, payments reform

One bookkeeping industry body is set to push the government to apply a ‘common sense legal solution’ to address the ...READ MORE
resign

Kreston Australia chairperson resigns, firm leaves network

A Kreston firm has left the international network to merge with an Australian-based firm, and the chairperson of Kreston...READ MORE

GET IN TOUCH WITH THE AUTHOR

Author form